Man accused in string of Goshen thefts learns his fate

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A 23-year-old man accused in a string of thefts in Goshen was sentenced by plea bargain.

Michael Hubbard is charged with two counts of theft and one count of auto theft.

A victim on S. 14th Street reported theft of an iPad, iPhone and GPS phone and told police that the iPad was used to make purchases on Amazon which led them to a shipping address to a Mario CJ Pratt in South Bend.

The Goshen News reports that another victim had her black 2013 Honda CRV containing her wallet and bank cards stolen from her driveway on S. 13th Street.

One of the cards was used at a McDonalds in South Bend. And, a woman on S. 12th Street reported her vehicle being broken into as well as her bank card being used at the South Bend Meijer.

Surveillance showed Pratt with Hubbard completing the thefts.

Hubbard was sentenced to two years at the Indiana Department of Corrections, one year at Elkhart County Community Corrections and one year of reporting probation.

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